Syrian Soldiers, Hezbollah Cut off Terrorists’ Supply Lines from Lebanon to Syria
The army troops and the Hezbollah fighters continued their tough battle against the Al-Nusra and imposed full control over Faliteh heights in Syria, pushing back terrorists from the region.
A military source confirmed that the Al-Nusra’s supply routes between Syria and Lebanon have been cut off after Faliteh was captured by the army men and Hezbollah.
In the meantime, the resistance forces engaged in fierce clashes with terrorists in Arsal heights and imposed control over the heights of Sha’abat al-Sharaf, Heqab Wadi al-Kheil, Zalil Wadi al-Reihan and Wadi al-Reihan and Haqab al-Tabah positions.
Also, the Hezbollah fighters drove the terrorists out of the al-Nahlah Sha’abah height and reached the Central part of Arsal heights, imposing control over Wadi al-Ma’isarah positon.
Field sources reported that nearly 70 percent of Arsal heights has come under Hezbollah’s control now.
Relevant reports said on Sunday that the resistance forces engaged in heavy fighting with Al-Nusra in Arsal heights and took control of Wadi al-Oweni region that was one of the most vital centers of the Al-Nusra.
In the meantime, the Hezbollah fighters imposed full control over Sho’abah al-Qal’ah East of Jaroud Arsal and seized control over Wadi al-Dab and Wadi al-Reihan regions.
A military source in the region said that 46 members of Al-Nusra have been killed and tens of others have been wounded on the third day of the Hezbollah’s operation in Arsal heights, adding that 23 terrorists were also killed in Flaiteh heights in Western Qalamoun.
The resistance troops continued to hit the defense lines of Al-Nusra Front and captured the Zahrah al-Hawa heights.